Suresnes, France, and Bucharest, Romania, November 19, 2009. CoSoSys, a leading developer of endpoint security and portable storage device applications, announced today the distribution partnership in France with Data Secure Technology, an innovative player in the local data security consulting field. The partnership is meant to grant French companies access to CoSoSys’ top of the line Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and device control solution, Endpoint Protector 2009.
CoSoSys’ local partner, Data Secure Technology, comes with a unique expertise in IT security gained through implementing numerous sensitive data security solutions for the manufacturing, banking, Telco and services industries. The company designs, implements and provides maintenance for data security solutions in an effort to prevent the number of data breaches resulting in sensitive information being lost or stolen.
“Through our partnership with CoSoSys, we are taking a proactive stand in bringing the data loss prevention solutions and expertise required by the French market. We are proud to partner with them, as Endpoint Protector 2009 is a new and innovative solution that is perfectly suited for our clients,” said Michael Briand, Data Secure Technology.
“Data Secure Technology is a valuable partner and we are extremely pleased to have teamed with them to better adapt our endpoint security solutions to the French market. We are confident Endpoint Protector will provide local companies the competitive edge they need, by protecting them against the threats posed by the highly mobile and portable modern storage devices, without restricting their use of such gadgets,” added Roman Foeckl, CoSoSys CEO.
Endpoint Protector 2009 is designed to minimize internal threats, reduce data leakage risks and control devices connected at endpoints. It allows IT departments to proactively take control of the devices’ internal use, while tracking all data transferred in or out of the protected network and enforcing encryption of data in transit on portable devices. The new Endpoint Protector 2009 version is available as a free 30 day trial for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Mac OS X or online demo at: http://www.EndpointProtector.com.
About Data Secure Technology
Data Secure Technology is a consulting company dedicated to sensitive data security. Our approach is focused on the DLP (Data Loss Prevention) concept: Identify, monitor and protect data “in use” or “at the endpoint” (e.g. data on USB devices, external drives, MP3 players, laptops, and other highly-mobile devices), “in motion” (any data that is moving through the network to the outside via the Internet) and “at rest” (data that resides in files systems, databases and other storage methods).
On these security aspects, Data Secure Technology addresses a global answer on 3 points: Human: Awareness campaign, users training in the sensitive data security; Technical: Technical solutions integrator (data “in use”, “in motion” and “at rest”); Organizational: Compliance (PCI DSS, SOX, etc.), Identity and Access Management, Strong authentication, Traceability.
Find out more at: http://www.dstechnology.fr
CoSoSys is specialized in network endpoint security and development of software for portable storage device enhancement. The application portfolio includes functions from password security, data synchronization and network security. CoSoSys distributes its products globally through the world’s leading hardware manufacturers, software Distributors, Resellers and directly to users at http://www.CoSoSys.com and http://www.EndpointProtector.com. CoSoSys enjoys a continuously growing installation base of users worldwide. The company has offices in Germany, the United States and Romania.
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